'Dark Knight Rises' Trailer Reactions: Occupy Wall Street Comparisons, Fanboy …
The first full-length trailer for "The Dark Knight Rises" is now online, adding an additional dimension to Warner Bros.'s digital campaign.
I don't know if you've heard, but the first theatrical trailer for "The Dark Knight Rises" premiered yesterday (December 19) and took over the Internet. From Bane to Catwoman to creepy renditions of the national anthem, there is
"The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey" and "Prometheus" are dropping their very first trailers this week, sending the pre-holiday news cycle out on a high note. Helping the cause is the already released "Dark Knight Rises" theatrical trailer, which blazed
By Daniel D. Snyder The first real trailer for Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight Rises hit the web yesterday, giving Batman fans worldwide collective cause to hold hands and cry tears of joy. The follow-up to 2008's The Dark Knight,
A bootlegged version of the Dark Knight Rises trailer has been upped, and it's it's—look, this thing is amazing and I'm probably going to take a week of vacation in July to watch the movie on repeat in a theater the whole time.